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Review of ‘In the Place of Justice’

Wilbert Rideau’s autobiography takes the reader on a dark journey through a black teenager’s botched bank robbery—during which he kills a white woman—and his narrow escape from a lynch mob in rural Louisiana, followed by 45 years inside Louisiana’s prison system and as many years of struggle to find justice in the courts. But despite…

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